BREAKING: Obama Facing Massive Lawsuit – This Could Change Everything…

BREAKING: Obama Facing Massive Lawsuit – This Could Change Everything…

Yes, it’s finally happening… but from the wrong side. This 15 year-old, brainwashed twit is suing Obama for not doing enough to prevent climate change. It doesn’t exist, you dolt. The climate has been changing on this earth since the beginning of time. We are not destroying our world because of carbon emissions or because the temperature is going to fluctuate a degree or two. The seas are not going to rise and flood the country and we aren’t going to die in a deep freeze either. Xiuhtezcatl Tonatiuh of Colorado (are you surprised?) has joined a law suit against Obama with climate scientist James Hansen and 21 children, backed by Our Children’s Trust. It’s just despicable. It’s meant to look like it is going after Obama, when in fact, it is meant as propaganda and to pressure people to cave to the climate change Nazis. I wonder why conservatives aren’t bringing their own suit to stop this hoax?


From IJReview:

While President Obama is in Paris for a climate change summit, a 15-year-old climate activist has taken an unusual step in his own battle against climate change.

Xiuhtezcatl Tonatiuh of Colorado has joined a lawsuit against President Obama over the belief that the President has not done enough to combat the problem, reports CNN.

Tonatiuh began his climate activism at age six when he watched a climate documentary and then asked his mother to find a way for him to speak at a rally.


The lawsuit Tonatiah joined was initiated in August by climate scientist James Hansen and 21 children, backed by Our Children’s Trust.

Obama spoke at the summit about the actions he has taken thus far.

He noted:

“Over the last seven years, we’ve made ambitious investments in clean energy and ambitious reductions in our carbon emissions.

We’ve multiplied wind power threefold, and solar power more than twentyfold, helping create parts of America where these clean power sources are finally cheaper than dirtier, conventional power. We’ve invested in energy efficiency in every way imaginable.

We’ve said no to infrastructure that would pull high-carbon fossil fuels from the ground, and we’ve said yes to the first-ever set of national standards limiting the amount of carbon pollution our power plants can release into the sky.”

But Tonatiuh, and others apparently, don’t believe it is enough:

“We’re calling out our government. We’re calling out the people that are supposed to be representing us, representing the people representing our voices. For their lack of action, the Obama administration for their lack of action.

They have failed to adequately protect the climate for our generation and those to follow. They have immensely failed at that.”

Conversely, people on the right side of the political aisle have been calling out Obama for being too focused on climate change compared to other important issues.

A federal environmental lawsuit in Oregon has pitted Sidley Austin against an a coalition of children and teens pressing the Obama administration to do more to address climate change. Representing a trio of industry associations, a Sidley team moved last week to intervene in the Oregon case and asked a judge to dismiss it. The suit was lodged in August by a group of individual teens and even younger plaintiffs—one of them just 8 years old—along with the nonprofit organization Earth Guardians and the climate scientist James Hansen. A group called Our Children’s Trust and its outside lawyer, Philip Gregory of Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy, are spearheading the case. The organization, which also has several pending state court lawsuits, wants the court to impose wide-ranging requirements that the Obama administration take steps to cut carbon emissions. The Sidley team, led by former Environmental Protection Agency general counsel Roger Martella Jr., represents the National Association of Manufacturers, the American Petroleum Institute and the American Fuel & Petroleum Manufacturers. In a motion to dismiss the suit filed on Nov. 12, the industry groups maintain that the plaintiffs have improperly sought to have the federal courts fill an executive or legislative function. And that they have. This could change everything, but I predict the lawsuit will pretty much go nowhere.


Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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